On TV this Saturday: The Reckless season finale closes a big case, Outlander introduces a different Captain Jack, Doctor Who takes a cue from A Christmas Carol and Nicholas Sparks’ Deliverance Creek gets the Lifetime treatment. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
The Reckless Finale, Outlander's New Captain and More
Two-hour season finale: A verdict is reached when Lee Anne’s sexual harassment case against the Charleston Police Department finally goes to trial. Plus, Jamie and Roy determine where their relationship stands. (Not yet renewed.)
Nicholas Sparks takes one of his novels to the small screen for the first time, with this Civil War-set drama about a widow (Six Feet Under’s Lauren Ambrose) who is forced to become an outlaw while protecting her family’s land. Sadly, no Ryan Gosling in sight.
Olivia discovers the new A.D.A. has a secret, and Jack gets a surprising new job offer.
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn
Series premiere: In this new comedy, Mace Coronel (The Bold and the Beautiful) and relative newcomers Lizzy Greene, Casey Simpson and Aidan Gallagher star as the titular quadruplets, who know a thing or two about sibling rivalry.
Claire’s unexpected meeting with a British general turns tense when Captain Jack
When they encounter ghosts of the past and future, the Doctor and Clara take on an adventure at the very end of the universe.
Hell on Wheels
Cullen tries to reconnect when Elam returns, while Durant puts an old problem to rest.
Gary learns something very strange about Amy which suggests a larger, more terrifying conspiracy. (She watches all the Real Housewives shows!)
Shane has trouble securing financing while looking for a crew and locations, while Anna wrestles with time management.
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: Before Chris Pratt takes the Studio 8H stage on Sept. 27, watch Tina Fey host the Season 39 premiere (with musical guest Arcade Fire).